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Poster: Seto-Kaiba_Is_Stupid Date: Sep 12, 2009 4:07am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: List of Defunct United States TV Networks (Over-the-air, not cable)

Which of these have you seen?

American Independent Network
America's Store - (1988-2007)
AZN Television - Ceased broadcasting 2008
Badger Television Network (1958-1958)
The Box - (1980s to around 2001)
Channel America
DuMont Television Network - 1946 – 1956
Hispanic Television Network - 2000-2003
Hughes Television Network (HTN) - Active in the '60s and '70s.
LAT TV - 2006 – 2008 (not to be confused with LATV, which is still operating)
Más Música
Mizlou Television Network - 1961 to 1991.
National Educational Television (NET) - 1952 – 1970 (technically, NET was shut down and replaced with PBS, but are considered two seperate networks)
NBC Weather Plus - 2004-2008.
Network One (19??-1997)
Overmyer Network (1967-1967, actually lasted about a month)
Paramount Television Network - 1949 to 1953.
PBS Kids - late 1990s-2005 (still exists as a programming block)
PBS YOU - late 1990s-2006
PTL Satellite Network
Prime Time Entertainment Network (1993-1997)
Shop at Home Network - (1987-2008)
Spanish International Network (SIN) (shut down and replaced with Univision, though they are considered to be two seperate networks)
The Tube Music Network - Folded October 2007
TVS Television Network - From 1960s to the 1990s
UPN - 1995-2006
Urban America Television (UATV)
Variety Television Network - Ceased broadcasting in 2009.
The WB Television Network - 1995-2006
World Championship Sports Network - 2005 to 2008. (shut down and replaced with Universal Sports Television Network, though they are considered to be two seperate networks)
Retro Jams - 2007 to 2008

I used Wikipedia for this list.

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Poster: Dwight Frye Date: Sep 12, 2009 1:50pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: List of Defunct United States TV Networks (Over-the-air, not cable)

Think the only one that I actually saw was Mizlou.Used to carry a lot of American sports events,football,basketball,mainly B type games.